Kids Can See Movies at AMC Theaters For $4 This Summer

29th April 2019

If you’re looking for something to do with your kids this summer. AMC has a pretty solid deal going on. From now until when school’s back in session, AMC is offering admission to a kid-friendly movie, popcorn, a drink, and a pack of “Footi Tootis” for $4 a child, plus tax. The deal is only valid on Wednesdays and is part of AMC’s “Summer Movie Camp” promotion, Fox 11 reports….

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Made A Mistake On Your Tax Return? 15 Things You Need To Know

29th April 2019

Most folks assume that work for tax professionals tapers off after Tax Day, but for many of us, the pace actually picks up. This is often the time when the tough questions begin. And chief among them: What happens if you discover a mistake on your tax return? My answer is almost always the same: Mistakes are totally fixable. Here’s what you need to know: 1. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) may…

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Millions of Americans Will No Longer Receive an Essential Social Security Document in the Mail. Here’s Where to Find It Online

27th April 2019

Social security has been in the spotlight this week thanks to a new projection from the trustees of Social Security and Medicare that estimates the program won’t be able to pay out full benefits by 2035 unless Congress intervenes. But the program itself is already running low on funds. Thanks to budget cuts over the past few years, the Social Security Administration has slowly stopped mailing out a majority of…

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Ford’s self-braking shopping cart offers crash-free supermarket trips

27th April 2019

Some kids can’t resist grabbing hold of a shopping cart and treating it like a toy, whizzing around the grocery store like Lewis Hamilton in a title-deciding F1 race. That’s fun for the littl’uns, but less so for the shoppers who have to dive out of the way of the speeding carts and their diminutive drivers as they hurtle from aisle to aisle. Addressing the issue, Ford has come up…

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Lyft is offering cheap rides to the grocery store in 15 more cities

26th April 2019

Lyft is offering discounted trips to the grocery store in 15 cities across the US and Canada to people who are living in food deserts. People living in these areas have limited options for fresh produce and are often forced to choose between healthy, overly expensive options and cheap and easy junk food. For people with low incomes, that’s no choice at all. Lyft is leaving it up to local…

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How long can Social Security survive?

26th April 2019

Without fail, 63 million beneficiaries receive a Social Security benefit check every month, and this figure is only set to rise in the decades that lie ahead as baby boomers reach the eligible age for a retired worker benefit. Currently, more than three out of five retired workers rely on their monthly stipend from the program to account for at least half of their income, with more than a third…

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What’s new on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu in May 2019

25th April 2019

May typically is one of those beautiful months on our part of Planet Earth, with the outdoors finally shaking off the last parts of winter and giving us a brief respite before summer sets in. It’s also giving us George Clooney with a mustache. Or, if you prefer, how about a documentary on the historic runs of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Amy Vilela, Cori Bush, and Paula Jean Swearengin as they vied…

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Some Amazon Sellers Are Paying $10,000 A Month To Trick Their Way To The Top

25th April 2019

For the millions of third-party sellers on Amazon’s marketplace, maintaining a successful business is a constant battle to rank high in search results, collect positive product reviews, and keep up with Amazon when it releases its own branded versions of sellers’ most successful products. This intense competition has led to the emergence of a secretive, lucrative black market where agents peddle “black hat” services, sometimes obtained by bribing Amazon employees,…

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Tim Cook wants you to put down your iPhone

24th April 2019

Tim Cook thinks people should get off their iPhones and decrease their engagement with apps. The Apple CEO, speaking at the TIME 100 Summit today, was discussing the addictive nature of our mobile devices and Apple’s role in the matter when he made these comments. He said the company hadn’t intended for people to be constantly using their iPhones, and noted he himself has silenced his push notifications in recent…

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Malicious lifestyle apps found on Google Play, 30 million installs recorded

24th April 2019

A total of 50 malicious apps have managed to bypass Google’s security checks and land on the Google Play store, leading to millions of installs on Android devices. It was only last week that researchers from Check Point uncovered a total of six apps laden with the PreAMo ad fraud malware on Google Play which had been installed 90 million times. Now, the cybersecurity team from Avast have found a…

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38 Best New Bank Account Promotions & Offers – April 2019

23rd April 2019

It’s possible to make $100s just by opening up a bank account. But sorting through the best offers can be tricky. At Money Crashers, we comb through hundreds of deals every month to find you the most lucrative sign-up bonuses – some worth up to $1,000. We also rank the best high-yield checking accounts, cash back credit cards, and more. Don’t want to miss out? Here are the best bank promotions for…

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TurboTax is making you hunt for its free tax filing service, says ProPublica

23rd April 2019

Anyone making less than $66,000 a year can file their taxes for free. Oftentimes, that’s easier said than done. Intuit, which makes TurboTax, makes it difficult for people to find the free option, according to ProPublica. Instead, searches on terms such as “irs free file taxes” steer potential tax filers to for-pay versions of its service, according to the publication. Intuit, along with H&R Block, has lobbied for years to…

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